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Gotta love craigslist... one photo & mssing about 45 pieces

of information that should be posted when someone is

trying to get that amount of money$7500 for a classic car.

It certainly is very cool though.

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What drives me nuts and makes me wonder about people's

IQ are the really stupid listings, at least this one has a

phone number. The other day I saw a listing that litterally

said nothing more than:

For Sale:

Cadillac Sedan

good condition, blue paint

needs tires.

--- end

no phone number

(don't even BOTHER with email unless you want 2843 scam emails a DAY)

no photos

no model year, mileage, trim, model, body style, condition, price....

People like that must wear a helmet in order to walk & chew gum at the same time. <_<

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Interesting, but no.

I am more tempted by true coachbuilt versions, but even they aren't exactly my thing.

Believe it or not, I'd rather have a coachbuilt Caddy wagon than one of these.

But I won't say "never". :AH-HA_wink:

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Here's a nasty recipe I'd love to try:

1961 Cadillac Long-door Hearse, not combo,

I mean a blackout panel in the rear with the

giant landau bar, chisled greenhouse, tall

windshield, but a full width & length glass

roof, 2nd & 3rd row seating, modern brakes

& a killer stance on lowered suspension for

the ultimate 8/9-passanger family hauler.

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Interesting, but no.

I am more tempted by true coachbuilt versions, but even they aren't exactly my thing.

Believe it or not, I'd rather have a coachbuilt Caddy wagon than one of these.

But I won't say "never". :AH-HA_wink:

One of the GM cars that "Got away from me" was one of the three 1969 Cadillac wagons used at Indy as a PR vehicle for

GM. I passed on it and bought my 55 instead.

Chris

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